Lee Ransaw expresses his delight in being a part of an exhibit and shares that he is from Atlanta, Georgia, specifically living in Stone Mountain. Before retiring, he mentioned his previous role as Chair of the Art Department at Morris Brown College in Atlanta.
Brian Wilson decides to design his latest work in a round format, known as Tondo, to symbolize the Earth. The chosen symbols in his artwork represent femininity, beauty, and strength.
Dr. Dennis Winston shares the African American experience and HBCU artists internationally, mainly through his woodcut prints. He emphasizes the importance of his art being universal and appealing to everyone while also rooted in the African American experience and history.
Peggy Blood, a Distinguished Professor at Savannah State University in Georgia, expresses gratitude for being hosted and hopes that the audience enjoys the exhibition they are attending. The exhibit features paintings by various artists from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and is meant to portray the culture of people living in the United States.
Hasaan Kirkland's work and inspiration, including the Harlem Renaissance, the Black Arts Movement, popular culture, history, American culture, and Africobra. These influences have helped shape his visual narrative and visual literacy in their art.
Dwight Smith expresses gratitude for being part of the National Alliance of Artists from Historically Black Colleges and Universities. He feels supported and validated by this organization, as it allows him to connect and network with other art professors from similar institutions.
Cleve Webber's style is representational and strongly influenced by the Afro-Caribbean and futuristic style. He is affiliated with Alabama State University, and his work being exhibited in China would provide an opportunity for more exposure and the potential for collaboration with an international audience.
Johnnie Mae Maberry's background, art style, and experiences that inform her work. She identifies as a painter and draws inspiration from her life as an African American female living in the South. She expresses her honor in participating in an exhibition or showcasing her work in China.
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